Embedded

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 4

The final article in this series describes using the Background Debug Mode provided in Motorola processors. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 3

Part 3 explores different scenarios for updating and/or replacing the root filesystem, the kernel image or even the bootloader on our embedded development system. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 2

Part 2 in a series on embedded development explains how to establish serial communication between an LBox and a workstation, compile tool chains and write and run a simple program. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 1

Part 1 in a series on embedded development explains the purpose of the project and outlines hardware options more>>

uClinux as an Embedded OS on a DSP

Why the combination of a DSP and uClinux works especially well for the embedded Linux gadgets turning up everywhere in the consumer electronics market. more>>

Porting RTOS Device Drivers to Embedded Linux

Transform your wild-and-woolly legacy RTOS code into well-formed Linux device drivers. more>>

uClinux for Linux Programmers

Adapt your software to run on processors without memory management—it's easier than you think. more>>

Shielded CPUs: Real-Time Performance in Standard Linux

Reserve one processor for a high-priority task and improve real-time performance. more>>

Linux Kernel 2.6: the Future of Embedded Computing, Part II

More on how the 2.6 kernel makes for better embedded devices. more>>

Linux Kernel 2.6: the Future of Embedded Computing, Part I

With the release of the 2.6 kernel, Linux's position in the embedded world has been cemented. more>>

I2C Drivers, Part II

Here's what has to happen to read the sensors that report the temperature, fan speed and other important system health information. more>>
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